I had it twice in first tri and 3 doeses of cefalexin in second tri and now in 3rd tri I am on my 2nd dose of trimethoprim for a reacurrent water infection and my little boy is growing and doing just fine and will hopefully be in my arms by this time next week xxx
I have taken it with both my singletons (one for infected tooth and one for chest infection) and both my babies are fine. I have also taken it for another infected tooth this time round and was told by the dentist that it is totally safe so Im not worried
Just one bit of advise make sure u are keeping up with your prenatal vitamins/folic acid as some antibiotics can block the effects of folic acid in your system so u really must be topping yourself up each day x
I was on it 3 times in the first 20 weeks due to recurring uti's. Dr explained that it was perfectly safe to take and the risk of not treating the infection is much more serious. Untreated infections can send you into premature labour. I'm 34 weeks gone now and am happy to say baby is doing great
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